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The Most Advanced KMK Review Textbook

The Most Advanced KMK Review Textbook

KMK’s new Part 1, special 10th Anniversary Edition (Discontinued), is the most advanced KMK textbook ever released.  Led by KMKs Chief Medical Editor, Dr. Kendra Null, this textbook includes significant updates within the Ocular Anatomy, General Physiology,...

Introducing the New KMK Optometry Boards Review Online

Introducing the New KMK Optometry Boards Review Online

KMK has changed in a BIG way!   We wanted to take a moment to point out some of the new, awesome changes we have been working on! ? Let’s start with the new Learning Management System.   We took the learning tools students love the...

KMK Streamcast® – Connecting With Optometry Students Everywhere

KMK Streamcast® – Connecting With Optometry Students Everywhere

KMK Streamcast® was released just in time for the 2017-2018 academic calendar. This new service allows KMK to deliver more motivation, tips, review, and coaching to optometry students than ever before. KMK Streamcast® uses broadcasting technology to provide students...

13th Anniversary – It All Started With An Email

13th Anniversary – It All Started With An Email

I met Kyle a little over 14 years ago.  I was living in Nebraska and he in Indiana and two sisters with the last name of “Angel” (Ironic isn’t it!) decided that Kyle and I were meant to be.  I, however, thought that living states away with both of us in...

2017 KMK Optometry Instructor Of The Year

2017 KMK Optometry Instructor Of The Year

Congratulations to Dr. Ryan Fenska on being named the 2017 KMK Instructor of the Year!   Dr. Fenska is well known for his engaging lecture style and ability to simplify complicated topics for students.   Most of all, he has a unique ability to connect...

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Potential threats to vision for a patient with diabetes mellitus include all of the following EXCEPT:

A patient with a traumatic right CN VI palsy is MOST likely asymptomatic in which position of gaze?

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